CPTSD and CLINGING: Try To Let Things COME TO YOU.

Childhood PTSD has often left us unconsciously anxious, and one sign is that we tend to grasp at things we do want, and cling despite the fact that these people, situations or places make us unhappy. In this video I talk about testing reality by letting go and allowing things to come to you. You may be surprised at the happy results!

 

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1 thought on “CPTSD and CLINGING: Try To Let Things COME TO YOU.”

  1. Kimberlie Hawkins

    I really wish there was an option to read the information instead of watching a video. I don’t do well with the videos. It’s easier for me to retain the written word.

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